Relative Paths

Andreas Pakulat apaku at
Mon Jul 14 14:59:02 BST 2008

On 14.07.08 22:45:13, Adelle Hartley wrote:
> Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> > On 12.07.08 18:00:31, Adelle Hartley wrote:
> >> I've created a hello world cmake project and checked it into my svn
> >> repository.
> >>
> >> Now when another user checks it out to their /home/them and builds the
> >> project, it builds the project in /home/me !!!???
> >>
> >> How can I make it so that the project gets built in whatever folder it is
> >> in?
> > 
> > You probably checked in too much from the project. I'm not sure atm how
> > the cmake templates work, but you shouldn't check in the "build" folder
> > into svn if that one exists. You need to run cmake on the commandline
> > after a checkout to produce a buildfolder and setup the path to it in
> > KDevelop's project configuration to use the build feature.
> Thanks.  Should I check in the ".kdevelop" file, or create a separate 
> one for each user?

Its easiest to create a separate for each user as it contains absolute
paths for some stuff.


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